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Matthew Gray Gubler in Nashville #5

terrysdiary:

Matthew Gray Gubler in Nashville #5

thenewenlightenmentage:

Brain Control in a Flash of Light
Dr. Karl Deisseroth is having a very early breakfast before the day gets going at the annual meeting of theSociety for Neuroscience. Thirty thousand people who study the brain are here at the Convention Center, a small city’s worth of badge-wearing, networking, lecture-attending scientists.
For Dr. Deisseroth, though, this crowd is a bit like the gang at Cheers — everybody knows his name. He is a Stanford psychiatrist and a neuroscientist, and one of the people most responsible for the development of optogenetics, a technique that allows researchers to turn brain cells on and off with a combination of genetic manipulation and pulses of light.
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thenewenlightenmentage:

Brain Control in a Flash of Light

Dr. Karl Deisseroth is having a very early breakfast before the day gets going at the annual meeting of theSociety for Neuroscience. Thirty thousand people who study the brain are here at the Convention Center, a small city’s worth of badge-wearing, networking, lecture-attending scientists.

For Dr. Deisseroth, though, this crowd is a bit like the gang at Cheers — everybody knows his name. He is a Stanford psychiatrist and a neuroscientist, and one of the people most responsible for the development of optogenetics, a technique that allows researchers to turn brain cells on and off with a combination of genetic manipulation and pulses of light.

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Photographer Mattias Klum from National Geographic

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222gypsysoul:

knowledge is power;

222gypsysoul:

knowledge is power;

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WHEN MY EXPERIMENT GOES EXACTLY AS EXPECTED

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35 Things You Will Never See Again In Your Life

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10 Planetary Facts for Earth Day 2014Astronomer Phil Plait has put together some fun facts about our planet in honor of today’s Earth Day, such as, “What does the Earth have that no other planet we know of has? A lot of water on the surface - nearly a third of the planet.”Read more at Slate - and Happy Earth Day!

kqedscience:

10 Planetary Facts for Earth Day 2014

Astronomer Phil Plait has put together some fun facts about our planet in honor of today’s Earth Day, such as, “What does the Earth have that no other planet we know of has? A lot of water on the surface - nearly a third of the planet.”

Read more at Slate - and Happy Earth Day!

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Happy Earth Day

myartexperiments:

Happy Earth Day

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“The most important quality of science or art is curiosity, that’s what keeps me going and always finding something new.” - Fabian Oefner

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